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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1921.
r P: W f 3 : ,-' . - . : PI if CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Want t buy omethlnrT Hun 4s of peopls scan thsst Want 4 column looklor for what you r ethers hare to offr. Oct quick results by adTsrtlsln In Tbs faUralii Want Ad department. RATES One ceM per word per Insertion. Costa no mora than ather newspapers and we truar m that you reach several hun red mure readers. Buy circula tion, not hot air. WANTED WANTED All kinds of dressmaking at the NEBRASKA HOUSE. Koom 4. 102-103-p WANTED Early pullets for layers. Good ones. 18c lb; extra good 20c lb. E. C. BRAKE, phone 121. 102-102 WANTED To hear from owner of pood farm for sale. State cash price, full particulars. D. F. BUSH, Minne apolis, Minn. 90-94-97-102-2-6-p FOR SALE FOR SALE At a discount; a few shares of Fair Association stock. Write "J", care of theHerald. 101-4p FOR SALE Small house, modern; A-l location. Phone 124. tf FOR SALE Bigr type Chester White boars: best of breeding. Phone 801F11. D. E. PURINTON. 71-tf FOR SALE Old papers, 5 cents bundle, at The Herald Office, FOR SALE Good used cars. A. H. JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne, tf FOR RENT STEAM heated rooms, suitable for lieht housekeeping. Phone G5fi, or call at 111 Cheyenne. 104-tf MISCELLANEOUS CLEARANCE SALE Men's and bov's uncalled for suits and coats. YANDERS, the Tailor. 102-1 PUBLICATION NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the District Court of the United States for the District of Nebraska, Chndron Division. In the Mntter of the Highland-IIollo-wny Company, a partnership, ct al., bankrupt. Case No. 61, in Bankruptcy, volun tary Petition. At Chadron, Dawes County. Nebras ka, in said District, before Frederick A. Crites, Referee in Bankruptcy. November 19, 1921. To the Creditors of Highland-Hollo-way Company, a partnership, consist ing of Lewis H. Highland and Lucretia Z. Holloway, and Lewis H. Highland and Lucretia Z. Holloway, as individ uals. Bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 19th day of November, A. 1)., 121, the said Highland-Holloway Company, a partnership, consisting of Lewis H. Highland and Lucretia Z. Holloway, and Lewis H. Highland and Lucretia Z. Holloway, as individuals, was duly ad judicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of their creditors will be V.eld at the district court room at Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska, in f-aid District and Division on the 6th day of December, A. D., 1921, at two o'clock in the afternoon, at which time end place the said creditors may attend, prove the'r claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before such meeting. Witness my hand this 19th day of November, A. D., 1921. FREDERICK A CRITES, 103 Referee in Bankruptcy RUNNING WATER. ' Mrs. Moran of Alliance is sperding a few weeks at the A. P. Gordon home. The Jolly Neighbors club met with Mrs. G. Parkyns last Thursday. The topic was, "How to Properly Sef a Table and Serve the Courses," after which a delicious luncheon was served bv the hostesses, Mrs. Parkyns and Miss Edith Bums. Joe and John Halibus were Alliance visitors last Tuesday. Jack Martin is working at the L. A. Bowser farm, assisting with sorting spuds. INGRATITUDE Bishop Pennington was talking in Boston about charity. "Some chari ties," he said, "remind me of the cold, proud, beautiful woman who, glitter ing with diamonds, swept forth from a charity ball at dawn, crossed the frostv sidewalk and entered her huge limousine. A beggar woman whined at the window, 'Could you give me t trifle for a cup of coffee, lady?' The woman looked at the beggar reproach fully. 'Good gracious! she said, 'Here you have the nerve to ask me for money when I've been toddling for yoi' the whole night through! Home, James'." OPTIMISM AND PESSIMISM Colonel George Harvey was discus sing the outlook at a farewell dinner. "We must consider the outlook fairly and squarely," he said "We mut get at the truth. Optimism is no good. Pessimism is no good, either. Both make for inaction. The truth alone works. The optimist," Colonel Har vey added, "orders a dozen oysters anil expects to find pearls in them. The pessimist expects to find typhoid fe ver germs." It is revealed that there are some volunteers in the army of the unem ployed. Pittsburg Gazette. Say Beef Feeding Pays Better Than Selling the Grain An investigation into methods and costs of beef production in the Corn Belt, conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture covering 3 years, and 90(5 farms, shows interest ing facts concerning the present status of the industry. The man who feeds cattle is marketing his crops as he feeds them, and, therefore, if justi fied in expecting a return equivalent to average market prices for tho iVrds. t Even if he somet'mes fa'ls short of' such a return, he has rot necessarily experienced a loss. The Com Belt farmer who sells grain s-nmtimes le ceives more for his crop than the one who feeds it to cattle, but on the aer- age, for a period of years, except in certain limited areas, the man who puts the feed into steers and returns the manure to the land is the one who 'omes out ahead. The conclusion is based on feeding in Iowa. Indiana. Illinois, Nebraska and Missouri. The figures which contain the lesolts of this investigation were obtained from a large number of farms end' from several agricu'tural experiment stations in the middle west. One phase of the work deals with the cost of maintaining a herd of breeilintrj cows for producing feeder cattle. It; was found that feed represented C9 per cent of the cost of keeping a cow , ior one year, wnne me oiner per cent was for interest, labor, equipment, ana incidentals. Protests Against Sunday Closing of Rural Postoflices The order of the postmaster gen eral closing rural postoffices on Sun day, thereby preventing rural route patrons from receiving their mail by calling at the post office, is protested by H. D. Lute, secretary of the Ne braska Farm Bureau federation, in a letter to Postmaster General Hays. "The farmers like to get their Sun day papers on Sunday as that is their day of leisure, instead of getting them on Monday when they have no time to read," Mr. Lute writes. "We feel that the former is entitled to tne same consideration as the man in the city, who can po to the postoffice r.nd get his mail on Sunday by calling for it." A similar letter, has been fcnt to members of the Nebraska delegation in congress. A sufficient commentary on the manners of tins nge is thnt whon a man is pol'te you support him of hav ing something to sell you. The laundries wou'd have more fun if manufacturers would sew the super fluous buttons on shirt sleeves instead of coat sleeves. Or.e nice thing about the disarma ment conference .is that it will !x held far enough away from Eur ipe to es cape tha noise of several wars n.w in progress. Detroit Journal. The best thing that can be said about the manner in .which an undertaker conducts his business is that he has won the public praise. Upon every funeral occasion we are :omplimented about the satisfactory manner in which v.e perform our duty. Our services are of a high character and are properly priced. t Miller Mortuary MORTICIANS Phones: Day, 311 Night, 522 or 535 THro c, A,V4 IMK SPOT OH hA HW PALrA &EACr SO IT- ILL nrWE THAT Of r NPNT WORK." LAKESIDE The ladies' aid bataar and social held at the church Thursday night was attended by a fair sisetl crowd, con sidering the change in the weather and condition of the loads. Mis. J. l Roe and daughter, Helen Marie, spent Thursday and Friday at Alliance. i Mrs. Ed Zurcher and daughter, Murial. came down from Hemingford Thursday to attend the baiaar and visit the former's father, Rev. Bur leigh, and friends here. They returned home Saturday. Messrs Perry Law, James Gaunt ami , Humes Murphy were up from r.iis- w iPSo, All but six men were laid off the se.-.oi.. neie tne iMn, each foreman being allowed three men. Mrs. Carl Miller was tiuite sick with a cold on her lungs last week. George and Nettie McKinney were in town from near Ellsworth Friday afternoon. Walter Tyler rodp in from his ranch home Friday. Mrs. Martin Rochford and son, How ard diove up from their home in the country to do shopping here Saturday. Roy Hudson came up from Hyannis Saturday to spend the week-end with his family here. He returned to work Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cody and son, Ed. were in town Saturday. H. Brunson has been employed to do the janitor work at the school house for the balance of the school term. Pete Kearney was a business visitor in town the latter part of the week. Lou Trester and son, Ralph, were 'in town Saturday, driving a new Ford car. Clarence Leisman was in town Sat urday. Maud Cooper went to Bingham Sat urday to spend the week-end at the home of her brother, Ed Cooper, who lives on a ranch near that place. Mrs. Coe arrived Saturday from Holyoke, Coly., for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Andrew StHck, here. Messrs. E. F. Osbom and A. J. Car ter returned Sunday afternoon from a few day's business trip over at Osh kosh. Mrs. H. Brunson returned home Sun day after a few days' visit with rela tives at the Star ranch. H. C. Brunson was a Lakeside visitor Sunday. 1 The recent change in the temper ature has put the lakes in condition for l skaters, (,'une a number were out on the lakes Saturday ana bunaay. New potato sacks, in any quantity. O'B a n n o n & Neuswanger. 98tf wm rf i aull I r - Ems Thiele, Prescription Druggist 123 West Third Street Gene Byrnes Says: "it's a Great Life Nearly 28,000 Miles of Good Roads Were Built During 1921 Road building has recovered from the setback received during the war, and piospects are bright for the fu ture. Approximately 14,(K)0 miles of rond have been const ructed during the present season by the State in con junction with Federal aid, according to the Bureau of Public Roacfv, United States Department of Agriculture, and probably an eiual amount independent of Federal aid. More miles of improv ed road have been built than during any other year. Costs cf road grad'ng and constitu tion with local materials is down prac tically to the 1914 level. Some reduc tions, also, have been made in freight rates on road materials. The impor tance of this item is shown by the fact that in some cases it has been est' matcd that increased freight rates have added 10 per cent to the cost of a road. Prices of manufactured road materials tend downward; the present level is materially lower than that of a year ago. With the new appropriation by con gress of $75,000,000, added impetus will be given to new road construction. Many of the states are considering f n larged amounts of state aid, and the new law will have a tendency to en courage this policy. It will also secure the construction of a system of inter state and intercounty highways, rather If LET PILES I can cure your Piles (Fistula, ME CURE YOUR THAT QUICK! Rectum xcept cancer a short time longer) by an original, pain lets, dissolvent method of my own, without chloroform, ether op knife, and without danger whatever t the patient. My Krestment la so successful that I have built up the largest practice In this line between Omaha and Denver. 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(Mention which trouble you have when writing-). NAME Town R. TIR3T TIME RrlO?RB . . . ra I I a?! Tr TfKC A STMr4 OUT OF r: ( i - POII4 J than haphazard selection of roads as in some cases in the past. The meeting of the Association ol State Highway officials to be held in Omaha, December 6 to 12, will lie de voted largely to the discussion of ways and means of complying with the new law and getting construction undei way. VACX I NATION VS. UNDERSTANDING I neiween juin nni ivat tne numne of smallpox cases per 100,000 popu lation increased eightfold in the three Pacific const states. During this pe riod there occurred in these stales a , general relaxation in the cotn.ul:tory i vacc:nit'on law fcr hool children. 1 In 1920, according to the United States pubi c hrAUh service, the num ber of smallpox cases in four North Atlantic states did not exceed 3 er 100000 population. In these states states there is a large foreign-bom in dustrial population who1" standards of personal hygiene and cleanliness do not crowd the altitude record. la the three Pacific coast states, containing perhaps the smallest amount of slums. It poverty and unsnnitary dwellings, thei ighest standard or living and of av erage intelligence of any area of sim ilar Hie in 'the country, the number i of smallpox cases per 100,000 inhab itants climbed to 113. Tia Atlantic states contipued to en force the compulsory vaccination laws; . 4 acne stuies practically, abolished thei uner nressuro from numerous anti-vaccination societies. Fltiure and other Dlt:aiet of the MANY DISEASES all cut and get rid of are cured. DR. RICH Plla and Rupture Specialist Grand island. Neb. I cur every esse of Plies I treat by my mild serum treat ment, or you need not pay ma one cent. T. D. If You Don't Weaken." fut TK1 THE. v cow: of -..C HOCK. S- v 1 aatf. In Jrnner's days vaccination was opposed on the ground that the Innoc ulation of children with vaccine would cause the growth of rudimentary horns, hoofs' and tails and give tha youngsters other bovine traits. Has our mass intelligence really progressed very far in the last cen tury pml a (uarter? Sunset. Invisible government wouldn't be ?o fearful if it Included invisible tuxes. Kansas City Star. No doubt the nat'ons will feel very virtuou while destroving their ob solete battleships. Fresno Repub lican. New potato sacks, in any mantity. 0 B a n n o n & Neuswanger. 96tf WELDING GEO. II. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd MOVING, PACKING. STOKING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When It's Your Move, Let Ua Know" Office Thone, IS; Res. 884 and Blk. 730 F. A. DALD Attorney-at-Law Office in Reddish lilock f Let Me Try Your Satra R. A. WYLAND Auctioneer 1232 Missouri Telephone 384 L. A. BERRY ROOM 1, RUMRR BLOCK PHONE 9 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine. Surgery, Pvteopatlrj DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors , ' Palmer School Telephone 8C5 . Wilson Building Real Estate, Loans and ' Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish Block tf Phone 664 Allianeei Harry P. Coursey 1 AUCTIONEER :" Live Stock and General Farm Sale PHONE NO. 1 Transfer and Storage PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK. PACKING AND CRATING FURNITURE A SPECIALTY. ALLIANCE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. 0NTM"fcv. IT5 A 6ReT Lift tVXQU COHT